Paul interviews Mario, an ETC "eco-soaker" about his week on the Farm, and KMO talks with Gregory Landua about permaculture and about the philosophical distinction between the principles that guide the ETC and how they differ from the guiding ethic of the larger Farm community. Topic: permaculture
KMO talks with Gregory Landua about an upcoming permaculture design course to be held on the Farm in September 2010. Later, KMO and Merry enjoy a private concert by Sugaree and John Henry recorded in the Green Dragon. Topic: permaculture
Opening session at the UK Permaculture Association's 2015 AGM held at Cecil Sharp House, London. The session is hosted by the outgoing Chair of the Trustees, Stefan Geyer, and the Association CEO, Andy Goldring. Treasurer Philip Blandford also gives the annual financial report. Topics: Permaculture, AGM
KMO and Gregory Landua conclude their conversation about the permaculture and the upcoming financial permaculture course to be held on the Farm in September 2010. Later, KMO plays music and conversation recorded in the Green Dragon at the Ecovillage Training Center with Sugaree and John Henry. Topics: permaculture, music
KMO talks with two ETC permaculture apprentices about how their desire to live close to the land has created a rift between them and their families. Later, Jason Deptula, a wizard in hippie's clothing, describes how his normally harmonious interactions with the muggles of rural Tennessee sometimes takes an odd turn. Topics: permaculture, hippies
http://www.facebook.com/permaculture.designThis is Quail Springs, a community designed according to the principles of permaculture. www.QuailSprings.orgPlease help the spread of permaculture education by sponsoring a student on a Sustainable Vocations course - info@SustainableVocations.orgThe students seen in this video were the Green Ambassadors, an amazing group within the Environmental Charter High School in Lawndale. www.GreenAmbassadors.orgThe music was recorded by Dan Gold and remixed by... Topics: permaculture design, permaculture design course, permaculture design class
This is from a reader/listener request at the tinkering forum. A focus on urban permaculture. The request in this podcast is to go to my youtube permaculture videos and become my youtube friend. If you like this sort of thing, please check out my permaculture podcast page. Part of what is discussed is raised beds; lawn care; wheaton eco scale; hugelkultur; polyculture; ruth stout method; apple trees; missoula; intentional community; urban farming; rain barrels; Sepp Holzer; Sepp Holzer's... Topics: permaculture, urban permaculture, gardening, hugelkultur, podcast
length: 69m Be forewarned that this pod cast has some audio issues that were beyond my technical expertise to repair. Paul and Jocelyn Campbell of jocelynsevents.com use some travel time to talk. The first few minutes or so are about improving visibility of good stuff on the internet such as Paul's lawn care article with mention of Ran Prieur's excellent survival blog. Talk about pigs begins at 11:30 giving us a great overview of what Paul learned by raising and selling organic hogs specific... Topics: permaculture, pigs, offal, acorns
An interview with Patrick Blampied for the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. This was where the idea for directsponsor.org started to take shape. It originally appeared here: http://permaculturenews.org/2010/07/19/confessions-of-a-permaculture-aid-worker-episode-9-andy-in-morocco-2/ Topics: permaculture, development, charity
The Montreal Permaculture Guild is based at MUCS, 2000 Northcliffe, #218, near Metro Vendome in Montreal. In September 2008, I recorded this interview with four members of the group. In this 15 minute interview, Marion, Steve, Heather and Scott talk about what permaculture is, and about what the group does, and why. Topics: Montreal, Permaculture, CKUT Radio
* Masanobu Fukuoka video * Arnissa, Greece - 1998 * Planting 100,000 hectares in trees in the rocky Grecian countryside * Wish I could see the results now! (but nowhere to be found on the net) * transcoded and uploaded by bsanandaATyahooDOTcom * globalcooperativeforumDOTnet Topics: Masanobu Fukuoka, permaculture, reforestation
permaculture design - http://www.permaculturedesigntraining.com/It seems like everywhere you go there are people touting the benefits of going green. While this may seem like something that will drastically change your life, it will definitely change things for the better. Make sure to read this article before you attempt to insert solar energy into your life. Topics: energy, permaculture, permaculture design, permaculture design class, permaculture design course,...
Episode 000 - An interview with Patrick Blampied for the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. This was where the idea for directsponsor.org started to take shape. It originally appeared here: http://permaculturenews.org/2010/07/19/confessions-of-a-permaculture-aid-worker-episode-9-andy-in-morocco-2/ Topics: Permaculture, charity, development
When building your home, pay attention to its orientation. An ideal home should be protected against overhead sun during the summer and be oriented so that it gets low-angle sun in the winter. This is a good way to save money on your heating bill and will keep your home cool in the summer. Topics: energy, permaculture, permaculture design, permaculture design class, permaculture design course,...
* Masanobu Fukuoka videos * Fukuoka, experimenter and practioner of natural farming for over 50 years. His principles: 1. NO TILLAGE * 2. NO FERTILIZER (chemical or compost) * 3. NO WEEDING * 4. NO PESTICIDES * author, The One-Straw Revolution (now back in print) * and The Way of Natural Farmng (available at soilandhealthDOTorg) * transcoded, edited and uploaded by bsanandaATyahooDOTcom * globalcooperativeforumDOTnet Topics: Masanobu Fukuoka, permaculture